A Christmas Wish by Erin Green

About the author 

Erin was born and raised in Warwickshire, where she resides with her husband. She writes contemporary novels focusing on love, life and laughter. An ideal day for Erin involves writing, people watching and copious amounts of tea. Erin was delighted to be awarded The Katie Fforde Bursary in 2017 and previously, Love Stories ‘New Talent Award’ in 2015.

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 About the book

 Flora Phillips has an excuse for every disaster in her life; she was abandoned as a new-born on a doorstep one cold autumn night, wrapped in nothing but a towel. Her philosophy is simple: if your mother doesn’t want you – who will?

 Now a thirty-year-old, without a boyfriend, a career or home she figures she might as well tackle the biggest question of them all – who is she? So, whilst everyone else enjoys their Christmas Eve traditions, Flora escapes the masses and drives to the village of Pooley to seek a specific doorstep. Her doorstep.

 But in Pooley she finds more than her life story. She finds friends, laughter, and perhaps even a love to last a lifetime. Because once you know where you come from, it’s so much easier to know where you’re going.

 A story of redemption and love, romance and Christmas dreams-come-true, the perfect novel to snuggle up with this festive season.
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What a fantastic debut novel! It’s hard to believe that this is a debut, it’s such a pleasure to read.

When I was invited to be part of the blog tour I thought it might be strange to read a Christmas novel in August, but it wasn’t at all. The book is set at Christmas time, but there’s so much more to the story.  Flora’s search for her birth mother is so spellbinding.  She gets everyone in the village involved and the stories are so interesting.

I liked Flora as a character, she’s both funny and interesting. The book is told from several viewpoints, each character’s name appears at the top of the chapter if they are the narrator.  I liked this style and found it easy to follow.  

I was dying to find out if Flora finds out anything about her birth mother. It keeps this story so engrossing and readable. I won’t spoil it by telling you if she does or not, just read this wonderful book, you won’t be disappointed. 

A sparkling debut, can’t wait to read more from this author.

MY RATING: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


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